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General Category A Woodland & Scrub

Code A111 A121 A131 A112 A122 A132 A2 A3 A4

Specific Habitat Broad-leaved semi-natural Coniferous semi-natural Mixed semi-natural Broad-leaved Plantation Coniferous plantation Mixed plantation Scrub Parkland & scattered trees Recently felled woodland

B Grassland & Marsh

B1 B2 B3 B11 B21 B31 B12 B22 B32 B4 B5

Acidic grassland Neutral grassland Calcareous grassland Acidic unimproved Neutral unimproved Calcareous unimproved Acidic semi-improved Neutral semi-improved Calcareous semi-improved Improved and/or re-seeded Marsh/marshy grassland

C Tall Herb & Fern

C1 C2 C3 C31 C32

Bracken Upland species-rich vegetation Other tall herb & fern Tall ruderal Non-ruderal

D Heathland

D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6

Dry dwarf shrub heath Wet dwarf shrub heath Lichen/bryophyte heath Montane heath Dry heath/acid grassland mosaic Wet heath/acid grassland mosaic

E Bog & Flush

E1 E2

Bogs Flush & spring

F Swamp & Fen

F1 F11 F12 F2 F21 F22

Swamp & fen Single-species dominant swamp Tall fen vegetation Marginal & inundation Marginal vegetation Inundation communities

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    10% conifer/broad-leaved

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    10% conifer/ broad-leaved

Vigorous perennials Ferns, etc.

NCC ecosystem codes

Notes

APPENDIX 3

Inundation periodic

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